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Fiona

Extremely sad- the hidden consequences of rainforest destruction and unwitting consumer demand laid bare. The world needs to see this film, re-think their choices and show empathy and compassion for the animals we share the planet with! By destroying their habitat we are also destroying our ...Read more

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Sarah

This was a great film- you always hear about how bad the palm oil industry is and how it's affecting the environment, but rarely do you see footage like this. By the film not having any speaking, it allows the watcher to really focus and to see the damage with their own eyes without the need ...Read more

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